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My divorce decree provides that I am entitled to 50% of my

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My divorce decree provides that I am entitled to 50% of my ex-husband's retirement income from his employer. A QUDRO was signed by the Judge at our divorce (17 years ago). My ex-husband's employer sent me a letter giving me 60 days to provide them an ORIGINAL Order with an original Judge's signature. I have no idea how to get this. Can anyone help?
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You should be able to contact the court clerk where the judgment was entered and obtain a certified copy from the clerk that will fulfill the requirements. A certified copy has all the same authority as an original and the clerk can stamp it and sign it to give it that legal standing. You can then submit it as an original copy. This is done in the event that a judge has passed or retired..
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